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Military Rifles for sale
items as of 21 September 2021, updated 22 September 2021
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BRITISH Long Lee Metford Mk.II bolt-action rifle # 841 (.303 British) mfg. by London Small Arms in 1893. Very Good or better condition with mostly full (but faded) blued finish remaining. Retains its magazine cut-off as well as front volley sight, rear sight leaf has been removed and rear volley sight replaced with Alfred J. Parker Twin Zero No.1 folding aperture sight for match competition (about a hundred years ago). Bolt number not matching, bore is very bright and strong. Handguard present, N^Z (New Zealand) stamped on buttplate and left side of receiver. Stock is very sound. Not import marked, but was imported from ENZEX in New Zealand by previous owner in 2005 as an antique. PHOTOS . . . $1975. Antique, no FFL required
BRITISH Long Lee Enfield Mk.I* bolt-action rifle # 2866A (.303 British) mfg. by Enfield in 1896. Very Good or better condition with mostly full (but faded) blued finish remaining. Top of replacement barrel knox-form marked H, retains it magazine cut-off. Bolt number not matching, bore is very bright and strong. Barrel shortened 4 inches to comply with Commonwealth NRA regulations for rifle matches in Australia. Handguard present, magazine cut-off as well as front volley sight are intact, rear sight leaf has been removed and rear volley sight replaced with Central No.4 aperture sight for match competition (about a hundred years ago). N^Z (New Zealand) and rack numbers stamped on buttplate. Not import marked, but was imported from ENZEX in New Zealand by previous owner in 2005 as an antique. PHOTOS . . . $1350. Antique, no FFL required
HUNGARIAN Model 48M Mosin-Nagant bolt-action rifle # DB7831 (7.62x54R) mfg. by FÉG (factory code 02) in 1952. Excellent-PLUS condition (essentially UNISSUED) with perfect bluing on all metal parts and a mirror-bright bore (NOT counterbored at muzzle). All matching serial numbers. Includes cleaning rod, has modern German proofs on left side of barrel. Streaked beech buttstock has only a couple of minor scuffs but otherwise totally pristine. While Hungarian PU snipers are quite scarce, regular Hungarian 91/30-type rifles like this one are extremely rare. An UNIMPROVABLE museum-quality example, worthy of the FINEST COLLECTION. PHOTOS . . . $1950. C&R
CHILEAN Model 1912 Mauser bolt-action infantry rifle # B4913 (originally 7x57mm, rechambered by the Chileans to 7.62x51 NATO) mfg. by Waffenfabrik Steyr in 1912. Excellent condition, with 95% bluing (including receiver) and a very strong mirror-bright bore. All serialized metal parts matching. Mismatched stock (all rechambered 7.62 rifles have mismatched wood) has original finish with many handling marks in the 109-year interim, 1912-dated cartouche on left side. Missing cleaning-rod (went AWOL when rechambered). PHOTOS . . . . $850. C&R
POLISH Model wz48 Mosin-Nagant single-shot bolt-action training rifle # BR3626 (.22 Long Rifle) mfg. by Radom in 1955. Very Good or better condition with 85% bluing on all metal parts and an excellent mirror-bright and strong bore. Bolt numbered 3626 (matching), buttplate stamped BR3626. wood has some handling-marks and light scratches and a very thin non-critical crack of right side.PHOTOS . . . . $400. C&R
SOVIET Model 1891 Mosin-Nagant bolt-action rifle # 61202 (7.62x54R) mfg. byTula in 1919 with rare LARGE HAMMER on barrel shank. Excellent condition, with 90% or better bluing on receiver and barrel, less on magazine and triggerguard. Only bolt matches, magazine floorplate and buttplate has different serial numbers. Bore is somewhat bright and strong (has NOT been counterbored at muzzle). Buttstock and handguard has some of the expected handling marks, includes cleaning rod. By far the rarest 1891 rifle, the first we have ever encountered. PHOTOS . . . $1725. C&R
U.S.A. Model 03-A3 Springfield bolt-action rifle # 4174425 (.30-06), receiver mfg. by Remington in December, 1943 with RA 12-43 barrel. Excellent-PLUS condition with 99% or better Parkerizing throughout. Bore is mirror-bright and very strong (gauges TE = 2.0, MW = 0.75). Includes leather sling. Walnut stock has faint FJA cartouche with very few minor handling marks and scratches. Not import-marked. PHOTOS . . . $1350. C&R
U.S.A. Model 521-T "The Junior Special" bolt-action target rifle (no serial number) .22 Long Rifle, mfg. by Remington in 1947. Excellent condition, with 95% original blued finish. No U.S. Property marks, with SS year code on barrel but no serial number. Has correct Lyman target rear sight and plain 5-round magazine. Walnut stock has some dings and handling marks, with two screw-holes drilled in left side of wood (not at all sure why). PHOTOS . . . $475. C&R
SWEDISH Model 96B TARGET bolt-action Mauser rifle # 351838 (6.5x55) mfg. by Carl Gustaf in 1915 with straight bolt and threaded muzzle (threads protected by metal muzzle-cap). Excellent condition with 95+% bluing, bore is excellent (bore-disc marked 6.51/1). All-matching serial numbers on visible parts except barrel-band, cleaning rod, and buttplate. Original rear sight has been removed (as usual on Match rifles). M7 Soderin micrometer rear-sight mounted on receiver bridge, has hooded front-sight with target-circle insert. Beech stock and handguard have some handling marks, includes leather sling. No doubt an excellent shooter (as all dedicated Swedish match-guns are). PHOTO . . . $800. C&R
GERMAN Model Gewehr 88/15 bolt-action Commission rifle # 4515 (8x57i) mfg. by Loewe in 1891. Excellent condition, with 95% thinning and browning bluing. Bolt not matching (has Arabic numbers), nor do any other parts except for barrel. Bright and strong bore (marked with S), still retains its barrel-jacket. Missing cleaning rod, lovely subtle tiger-striped walnut stock was sanded and refinished sometime in the distant past. Not import-marked. PHOTO . . . $525. Antique, no FFL needed SOLD
SWISS Model K-31 Schmidt-Rubin cavalry carbine # 255161 (7.5x55mm) mfg. by Waffenfabrik Bern in 1956. All-matching numbers including magazine. Very Good condition with 75% bluing remaining and a near-perfect mirror-bore, missing front sight blade. Beech stock and handguard (dated IX 54) has original finish with many of the usual scuffs and handling marks, soldier's tag beneath buttplate. Includes leather sling. PHOTO . . . $525. C&R
ITALIAN Model 91/28 Mannlicher-Carcano Truppi-Speciale carbine # C1174 (6.5x52) mfg. by F.N.A. Brescia in 1932. Excellent condition, with 95% original bluing remaining. Strong and very bright bore, left side of barrel has crossed rifles accuracy marking. Includes cleaning rod. Stock is matching barrel and is boldly stamped with FAT cartouche. PHOTOS . . . $450. C&R SOLD
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